Join us Tuesday as we learn why it is so important to vote November 6th!
Free chili and cinnamon rolls prepared by South and Central Culinary programs, while it last! Bring the family and avoid preparing dinner for an evening!
Parking for the Why Vote event. Map is not to scale.
We are currently accepting nominations for the 2018 - 2019 NEA-Salina Master Teacher. The NEA-Salina Master Teacher will be announced on Thursday, November 8 at 4:00 p.m. at South High School. The NEA-Salina Master Teacher will move on to the Kansas Master Teacher Awards that is hosted by Emporia State University in the spring of 2019. You can learn more about the Master Teacher Program here.
NEA-Salina Master Teacher Qualifications:
To be eligible for nomination, each candidate must be a member of NEA-Salina, have served at least five years in schools in Kansas as a teacher or instructional leader, exemplified teaching or administrative effectiveness, and demonstrated the attitude and abilities specified in the National Education Association's Code of Ethics of the Educational Professional.
Know of an NEA-Salina member that deserves the spotlight on them?
Nominate an educator for our Member Spotlight by clicking on the box below!
Join educators and community members to learn about the issues in 2018 elections in Kansas!
-Free Food Prepared by the students of Salina Central and Salina South Culinary Programs
-Special guest speaker Mar. Desetti of Kansas NEA
-Meet the Candidates for Kansas House* (all candidates have been invited to attend)
-Register to Vote before the October 16th deadline
Celebrate payday with a meal on us! Join us for this event specifically designed for educators within their first five years of service.
-Tips for parent-teacher conferences
-Ideas for success this school year
-Door prizes to area stores and restaurants
-Free for Salina Public School /CKCIE educators within their first five years of services.
Hosted by NEA-Salina members Nora Rindt, Saralyn Carlson Szyndlar and Karla Nothern.
Send completed membership forms to Kari Keck at Oakdale Elementary